2014 Asian Games medal table

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The 2014 Asian Games, officially known as the XVII Asiad, is the largest sporting event in Asia governed by Olympic Council of Asia (OCA). It was held at Incheon, South Korea between September 19 – October 4, 2014, with 439 events in 36 sports and disciplines set to feature in the Games.

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (South Korea)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)15110985345
2 South Korea (KOR)*797079228
3 Japan (JPN)477776200
4 Kazakhstan (KAZ)28233384
5 Iran (IRI)21181857
6 Thailand (THA)1272847
7 India (IND)11153662
8 North Korea (PRK)11111436
9 Chinese Taipei (TPE)10182351
10 Qatar (QAT)100414
11 Uzbekistan (UZB)9142245
12 Bahrain (BRN)96419
13 Hong Kong (HKG)6122543
14 Malaysia (MAS)5141433
15 Singapore (SGP)561425
16 Mongolia (MGL)541221
17 Indonesia (INA)451120
18 Kuwait (KUW)35412
19 Saudi Arabia (KSA)3317
20 Myanmar (MYA)2114
21 Vietnam (VIE)1102536
22 Philippines (PHI)131115
23 Pakistan (PAK)1135
 Tajikistan (TJK)1135
25 Iraq (IRQ)1034
 United Arab Emirates (UAE)1034
27 Sri Lanka (SRI)1012
28 Cambodia (CAM)1001
29 Macau (MAC)0347
30 Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)0246
31 Jordan (JOR)0224
32 Turkmenistan (TKM)0156
33 Bangladesh (BAN)0123
 Laos (LAO)0123
35 Afghanistan (AFG)0112
 Lebanon (LBN)0112
37 Nepal (NEP)0011
Totals (37 nations)4394455751459

Changes in medal standings[edit]

Ruling date Sport Event Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
30 September 2014 Wushu Women's nanquan  Malaysia –1 –1
 Indonesia +1 –1 +1 +1
 China +1 –1 0
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 100 m freestyle  South Korea –1 –1
 Japan +1 +1
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 200 m freestyle  South Korea –1 –1
 China +1 +1
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 400 m freestyle  South Korea –1 –1
 China +1 +1
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay  South Korea –1 –1
 Hong Kong +1 +1
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay  South Korea –1 –1
 Singapore +1 +1
27 May 2015 Swimming Men's 4 × 100 m medley relay  South Korea –1 –1
 Uzbekistan +1 +1

On 30 September 2014, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) announced that Malaysian Tai Cheau Xuen had been stripped of her gold medal in the women's nanquan event after she tested positive for sibutramine.[1] As a result, Indonesian Juwita Niza Wasni was awarded the gold, China's Wei Hong was awarded the silver and Indonesia's Ivana Ardelia Irmanto awarded the bronze.

On 3 October 2014, Chinese athlete Zhang Wenxiu had been stripped of her gold medal in the women's hammer throw after she tested positive for the prohibited substance zeranol, However, on 6 May 2015 the Court of Arbitration for Sport reinstated her gold medal on her appeal after ruling that the zeranol came from contaminated food.[2]

On 27 May 2015, South Korean Park Tae-hwan had been stripped of his six medals after he tested positive for nebido before the games.[3] Park participated in 6 events in the swimming competition, Men’s 4x 100 M Medley relay Final (3rd place); Men’s 100m Freestyle Final (2nd place); Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Final (3rd place); Men’s x 200m Freestyle Relay Final (3rd place); Men’s 200m Freestyle Final (3rd place), Men’s 400m Freestyle Final (3rd place).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wushu exponent Cheau Xuen fails dope test". The Star. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 2 October 2014.
  2. ^ AFP (May 6, 2015). "China hammer thrower's gold medal reinstated". Yahoo Sports. Retrieved August 14, 2015.
  3. ^ "OCA adjusts Incheon Asian Games medal table". Olympic Council of Asia. 27 May 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2018.

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